The V7N was a general purpose, AC motor drive for facilities using DeviceNet communications. The V7N was created by embedding DeviceNet into the control card of the highly successful V7 drive.
The embedded DeviceNet allowed for 64 network nodes. It included programmable MAC ID and baud rate. The V7N supported drive type profiles with flash capability for easy software upgrades. Network status LEDs were visible through the cover and a pluggable connector simplified wiring for added cost reduction.
The V7N Drive is a Legacy product and is no longer promoted in the Americas.